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EUGENE RECORD
Eugene Record (b. December 23, 1940, d. July 22, 2005) was a lead vocalist of a Chicago based soul/funk group The Chi-Lites from 60's to 70's. He wrote and produced many of their hits, but he also produced for other artists.

He released 3 solo albums ("Eugene Record", "Trying to Get to You", "Welcome to My Fantasy") and a disco hit single "Magnetism" in the 70's before re-joining The Chi-Lites again in 1980.

Later in 1988 he left the Chi-Lates again to become a gospel singer.
 
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Eugene Record February 1972 Interview
IT WAS in February 1970 that my eyes were first really opened to the Chi-Lites. Until then. I had only been able to hear a couple of singles and, whilst I recall liking them, that is a situation that frequently occurs. It was back then that Decca issued the very first of the group's current grand total of just three albums and I certainly remember particularly liking it, whilst having to secretly admit that Decca wouldn't be selling too many copies. Probably, that assumption was correct but t...
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Tribute To Eugene Record
So there I was living in Chicago, having recently graduated from college and trying to land a job as an illustrator. I loved music and, hey, I thought...
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